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  • Brian Owens's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:29
    Brian Owens replied to a thread Use of Sageo in Sword Arts
    Agreed. Not effective, and would likely only make bleeding worse.
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  • Hissho's Avatar
    Yesterday, 13:57
    Hissho replied to a thread Use of Sageo in Sword Arts
    I'd use it if the alternative is to bleed out. From our modern perspective it is a bad choice of equipment, from theirs, I don't know. It would be...
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  • Brian Owens's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:35
    Brian Owens replied to a thread Use of Sageo in Sword Arts
    The problem with multiple wraps would be in tightening them enough to stanch the flow of arterial blood. A single turn can easily be tightened with a...
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  • allan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:15
    allan replied to a thread Use of Sageo in Sword Arts
    Speculating about usage as a tourniquet : I imagine that it would be more effective if the sageo was wrapped around the limb as many times as...
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  • allan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:10
    Kit, Thanks, I hadn't known about those. Haven't been able to log in to e-budo from my computer but as it turns out it still works on my old...
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  • Hissho's Avatar
    20th July 2018, 14:56
    Hissho replied to a thread Use of Sageo in Sword Arts
    Fascinating replies, thanks gents!
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  • pgsmith's Avatar
    18th July 2018, 17:15
    pgsmith replied to a thread Use of Sageo in Sword Arts
    Your explanation was much simpler than mine Brian! :) Thanks for the link also. I was thinking to myself that it's much easier to show than talk...
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  • Brian Owens's Avatar
    18th July 2018, 12:48
    Brian Owens replied to a thread Use of Sageo in Sword Arts
    Similar for me, although the other way around. We ran the sageo through the kurigata, then took the other end and tied a simple overhand loop around...
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  • pgsmith's Avatar
    17th July 2018, 16:55
    pgsmith replied to a thread Use of Sageo in Sword Arts
    Hey Kit, The way I was taught to make the knot for the sageo, was to make a loose knot in one side only, run the sageo through the kurikata, then...
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  • Rennis's Avatar
    17th July 2018, 07:05
    Rennis replied to a thread Use of Sageo in Sword Arts
    In Katayama-ryu we had a series of restraining ties involving the sageo. The major difference between what we did and what you normally hear thrown...
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  • Hissho's Avatar
    17th July 2018, 02:27
    Hissho replied to a thread Use of Sageo in Sword Arts
    Okay some serious thread necromancy but this has been something on my mind recently. What about the knot securing the loop which goes through the...
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  • grmnsplx's Avatar
    14th July 2018, 18:38
    I met Usami Sensei earlier this year at a seminar. He is a young guy with high skill. If you are interested in training Daito Ryu in Shizuoka I...
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  • Brian Owens's Avatar
    12th July 2018, 21:19
    I don't know the geography of New York, so I don't know how far the Bronx is from Queens, but here's one place you might want to look into:...
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  • Hissho's Avatar
    12th July 2018, 16:25
    Always the best bet and usually what is recommended here.
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  • Mquelle's Avatar
    12th July 2018, 15:41
    Yeah I am in New York. I'm not sure if the NY Seibukan Sosuishi-Ryu dojo also has Judo incorporated into the curriculum as well. I might just have...
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  • Hissho's Avatar
    12th July 2018, 04:05
    Sosuishi-ryu with the hombu dojo (Sekiryukan) is intimately associated with Judo. As I recall it is also a Judo dojo. There are other branches.
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  • Cady Goldfield's Avatar
    12th July 2018, 03:05
    Hi Manuel, There is an Aikijujutsu sub-forum in this Koryu forum section. That would be an appropriate place to ask specifically about Daito Ryu and...
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  • P Goldsbury's Avatar
    12th July 2018, 02:17
    Hello, I think you are in the right section, but I think you might need to wait a little longer for a response. In any case, you are going to have to...
    6 replies | 187 view(s)
  • P Goldsbury's Avatar
    12th July 2018, 02:02
    Hello. Welcome to E-Budo. Like most Internet forums, E-Budo is quiet, compared to how it used to be. However, there is still some activity and there...
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  • Mquelle's Avatar
    11th July 2018, 17:57
    Did I ask in the wrong section maybe?
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  • Mquelle's Avatar
    11th July 2018, 13:51
    Hi all, Manny here new member from Queens, NY. Former Judoka looking to get into something else now in my (cough cough) late 30's. Thank you for...
    2 replies | 98 view(s)
  • Mquelle's Avatar
    11th July 2018, 13:27
    Good Morning All, I am new to the forum. I'd like to inquire about Aiki Jujutsu or Sosuishi Ryu. I have my background in Judo and I'd like to...
    6 replies | 187 view(s)
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